Infamous WeHo Dance Palace Makes National Trust's Most Endangered List

Infamous WeHo Dance Palace on Endangered List

A 1920s-era camera factory became a trendsetting disco in the early 1970s and later a locus of AIDS activism. It's now threatened by redevelopment.

California Judge: 'Death to Gays' Ballot Measure 'Patently Unconstitutional'

Judge: 'Death to Gays' Measure 'Patently Unconstitutional'

This means Attorney General Kamala Harris won't have to let the measure's sponsor try to gather signatures to put it before voters.

San Francisco's Gay, Trans Cholo Chicano Mural Defaced — Again

Gay, Trans Cholo Chicano Mural Defaced — Again

After vandals were caught on camera defacing a mural depicting two Chicano same-sex couples and a trans man, the gallery owner vowed to restore the artwork as many times as needed.

LGBT Latino Artists Threatened After San Francisco's Gay Cholo Chicano Mural Defaced

Artists Threatened After San Francisco LGBT Mural Defaced

A cholo mural depicting LGBT Chicanos in San Francisco's Mission District was defaced Tuesday. Despite violent threats on social media, the artists and gallery refuse to be silenced or shamed.

As California Trans Inmate Granted Parole, Gender-Affirming Surgery Postponed

As Calif. Trans Inmate Granted Parole, Gender-Affirming Surgery Postponed

Michelle-Lael Norsworthy's lawyers deny claims that she's previously avoided parole in order to receive surgery, pointing out that California requires health insurers to cover transition-related care.

Let's Take a Long Look at Long Beach Pride

PHOTOS: Let's Take a Long Look at Long Beach Pride

California Trans Teen's Inspirational Journey from Near Dropout to Prom Queen

Calif. Trans Teen Goes From (Near) Dropout to Prom Queen

Like many trans youth rejected in school, at one time prom queen Angie Esteban found herself skipping class and getting into fights.

Denied Female Identity at Barnes & Noble, California Trans Employee Files Suit
May 08 2015 3:58 PM ET

Denied Female Identity at Barnes & Noble, Calif. Trans Woman Files Suit

Victoria Ramirez claims her managers at Barnes & Noble refused to recognize her as female, barring her from using women's facilities, female pronouns, or even discussing her transition with coworkers.

Right-Wing Group Proposes Antitrans Bathroom Law for California Ballot

Could Californians Soon See Antitrans Bathroom Law on Ballot?

The group Is gathering signatures for a ballot measure that would require use of the restroom matching one's 'biological sex.'

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